Eva R Chin
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A calcineurin-dependent transcriptional pathway controls skeletal muscle fiber type
ER Chin, EN Olson, JA Richardson, Q Yang, C Humphries, JM Shelton, ...
Genes & development 12 (16), 2499-2509, 1998
MEF2 responds to multiple calcium-regulated signals in the control of skeletal muscle fiber type
H Wu, FJ Naya, TA McKinsey, B Mercer, JM Shelton, ER Chin, AR Simard, ...
The EMBO journal 19 (9), 1963-1973, 2000
Mechanical stimuli regulate rapamycin-sensitive signalling by a phosphoinositide 3-kinase-, protein kinase B-and growth factor-independent mechanism
TA Hornberger, R Stuppard, KE Conley, MJ Fedele, ML Fiorotto, ER Chin, ...
Biochemical Journal 380 (3), 795-804, 2004
Mice without myoglobin
DJ Garry, GA Ordway, JN Lorenz, NB Radford, ER Chin, RW Grange, ...
Nature 395 (6705), 905-908, 1998
Role of Ca2+/calmodulin-dependent kinases in skeletal muscle plasticity
ER Chin
Journal of applied Physiology 99 (2), 414-423, 2005
Effects of reduced muscle glycogen concentration on force, Ca2+ release and contractile protein function in intact mouse skeletal muscle.
ER Chin, DG Allen
The Journal of Physiology 498 (1), 17-29, 1997
Keratinocyte growth factor ameliorates radiation-and bleomycin-induced lung injury and mortality.
ES Yi, ST Williams, H Lee, DM Malicki, EM Chin, S Yin, J Tarpley, ...
The American journal of pathology 149 (6), 1963, 1996
NAD+ repletion improves muscle function in muscular dystrophy and counters global PARylation
D Ryu, H Zhang, ER Ropelle, V Sorrentino, DAG Mázala, L Mouchiroud, ...
Science translational medicine 8 (361), 361ra139-361ra139, 2016
The role of elevations in intracellular [Ca2+] in the development of low frequency fatigue in mouse single muscle fibres.
ER Chin, DG Allen
The Journal of physiology 491 (3), 813-824, 1996
Expression of utrophin A mRNA correlates with the oxidative capacity of skeletal muscle fiber types and is regulated by calcineurin/NFAT signaling
JV Chakkalakal, MA Stocksley, MA Harrison, LM Angus, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (13), 7791-7796, 2003
Stimulation of calcineurin signaling attenuates the dystrophic pathology in mdx mice
JV Chakkalakal, MA Harrison, S Carbonetto, E Chin, RN Michel, ...
Human molecular genetics 13 (4), 379-388, 2004
The contribution of pH‐dependent mechanisms to fatigue at different intensities in mammalian single muscle fibres
ER Chin, DG Allen
The Journal of physiology 512 (3), 831-840, 1998
Increases in human skeletal muscle Na (+)-K (+)-ATPase concentration with short-term training
HJ Green, ER Chin, M Ball-Burnett, D Ranney
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 264 (6), C1538-C1541, 1993
Role of intracellular calcium and metabolites in low-frequency fatigue of mouse skeletal muscle
ER Chin, CD Balnave, DG Allen
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 272 (2), C550-C559, 1997
Matching of calcineurin activity to upstream effectors is critical for skeletal muscle fiber growth
SE Dunn, ER Chin, RN Michel
The Journal of cell biology 151 (3), 663-672, 2000
Calcineurin and skeletal muscle growth
RN Michel, SE Dunn, ER Chin
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 63 (2), 341-349, 2004
Characteristics of Cimex lectularius (Hemiptera: Cimicidae), Infestation and Dispersal in a High-Rise Apartment Building
C Wang, K Saltzmann, E Chin, GW Bennett, T Gibb
Journal of Economic Entomology 103 (1), 172-177, 2010
The role of calcium and calcium/calmodulin-dependent kinases in skeletal muscle plasticity and mitochondrial biogenesis
ER Chin
Proceedings of the Nutrition Society 63 (2), 279-286, 2004
Functional and molecular adaptations in skeletal muscle of myoglobin-mutant mice
RW Grange, A Meeson, E Chin, KS Lau, JT Stull, JM Shelton, RS Williams, ...
American Journal of Physiology-Cell Physiology 281 (5), C1487-C1494, 2001
Serological and molecular survey for HTLV-I infection in a high-risk Middle Eastern group
D Meytes, M Elgat, B Schochat, Y Sidi, M Shaklai, Y Kilim, Y Danon, ...
The Lancet 336 (8730-8731), 1533-1535, 1990
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